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Con to the question "Is the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) Good for America?"

“The health bill… which President Obama hailed as a ‘critical milestone,’ may well be the worst piece of post-New Deal legislation ever introduced…

[T]he bill creates a new and probably unrepealable middle-class entitlement that is designed to expand over time. Taxes will need to rise precipitously, even as ObamaCare so dramatically expands government control of health care that eventually all medicine will be rationed via politics…

The goal is to ram through whatever income-redistribution scheme they can claim to be ‘universal coverage.’ The result will be destructive on every level – for the health-care system, for the country’s fiscal condition, and ultimately for American freedom and prosperity…

As Congress’s balance sheet drowns in trillions of dollars in new obligations, the political system will have no choice but to start making cost-minded decisions about which treatments patients are allowed to receive. Democrats can’t regulate their way out of the reality that we live in a world of finite resources and infinite wants. Once health care is nationalized, or mostly nationalized, medical rationing is inevitable.”

Nov. 1, 2009 editorial titled “The Worst Bill Ever,” available at


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